Keith Richards' Jukebox

Performers Various Artists

Chrome Dreams | June 7, 2011 | Compact Disc

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Liner Note Author: Derek Barker .
He may be the epitome and template for the forever outlaw rock & roll pirate, but Keith Richards is also an ardent fan and historian of the music he loves, with a more than passing knowledge and understanding of blues, R&B, jazz, soul, and reggae (he's kept a home in Jamaica for years), and he used aspects of all of these in his own work as a solo artist and in his day job as the heart and soul of the Rolling Stones. This 27-song set collects the original versions of songs that have influenced Richards in one way or another, and it includes sides like Louis Armstrong's "Muskrat Ramble," Bo Diddley's "Mona," Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away" (a cover of this tune was the Stones' first American radio hit), Fats Domino's "Blue Monday," and showing the Jamaican connection, the Folkes Brothers' "Oh Carolina," among other interesting tracks. It all adds up to a fun and varied playlist even without the Keith Richards angle. ~ Steve Leggett

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: June 7, 2011

Genre: Rock 'N' Roll

Style: Oldies

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Label Name: Chrome Dreams

UPC: 823564619422

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Keith Richards' Jukebox

Performers Various Artists

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: June 7, 2011

Genre: Rock 'N' Roll

Style: Oldies

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Label Name: Chrome Dreams

UPC: 823564619422


Title Track Time
1.Muskrat Ramble - Louis Armstrong --
2.I'm Left, Your Right, She's Gone - Elvis Presley --
3.Run Rudolph Run - Chuck Berry --
4.Long Tall Sally - Little Richard --
5.I Want to Be Loved - Muddy Waters --
6.Mona (I Need You Baby) - Bo Diddley --
7.Honest I Do - Jimmy Reed --
8.Not Fade Away - Buddy Holly --
9.Walking the Dog - Rufus Thomas --
10.Believe What You Say - Rick Nelson --
11.Susie Q - Dale Hawkins --
12.Moanin' at Midnight - Howlin' Wolf --
13.Stop Breaking Down Blues - Robert Johnson --
14.Ay-Tete Fee - Clifton Chenier --
15.Bon Ton Roula - Clarence "Bon Ton" Garlow/Clarence Garlow --
16.I'm in the Mood - The Folkes Brothers/John Lee Hooker --
17.Oh, Carolina - The Folkes Brothers/Bob Marley --
18.Don't Rock My Boat - The Everly Brothers/Bob Marley --
19.All I Have to Do Is Dream - Jerry Lee Lewis/The Everly Brothers --
20.Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On - Fats Domino/Jerry Lee Lewis --
21.Blue Monday - Ella Fitzgerald/Fats Domino/Louis Armstrong --
22.Nearness of You - Ella Fitzgerald/Louis Armstrong/Bobby "Blue" Bland --
23.Cry, Cry, Cry - Ramblin' Jack Elliott/Bobby "Blue" Bland --
24.Cocaine Blues - Hank Williams/Ramblin' Jack Elliott --
25.You Win Again - George Jones/Hank Williams --
26.Just One More - George Jones/Little Walter --
27.Blues with a Feeling - Little Walter --

Editorial Notes

Liner Note Author: Derek Barker .
He may be the epitome and template for the forever outlaw rock & roll pirate, but Keith Richards is also an ardent fan and historian of the music he loves, with a more than passing knowledge and understanding of blues, R&B, jazz, soul, and reggae (he's kept a home in Jamaica for years), and he used aspects of all of these in his own work as a solo artist and in his day job as the heart and soul of the Rolling Stones. This 27-song set collects the original versions of songs that have influenced Richards in one way or another, and it includes sides like Louis Armstrong's "Muskrat Ramble," Bo Diddley's "Mona," Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away" (a cover of this tune was the Stones' first American radio hit), Fats Domino's "Blue Monday," and showing the Jamaican connection, the Folkes Brothers' "Oh Carolina," among other interesting tracks. It all adds up to a fun and varied playlist even without the Keith Richards angle. ~ Steve Leggett
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